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much again, mr. pollett. next mr. watty taylor. watty is one of our guys. he is from montana. he is president of the mountain stock grow association, second generation family rancher from kirby, montana. thank you, watty, very much for coming to join us. next we have mr. paul williams, president, chairman of the board, american society of composers, authors, and publishers. thank you very much, mr. williams. senator hatch sends his special regards to you. he could not be here today. but he wanted me to tell you how much he appreciates working with you in various a lot to him. he deeply regrets he cannot be here. >> i appreciate it. he has been very kind. >> and finally, mr. al larson, chairman of the board of transparency international usa. i must tell you mr. larson i enjoyed meeting with the president of transparency international russia in moscow last month. i think her name is elena. very, very impressive, sharp, intelligent lady. >> she is. >> and very compelling story to and didn't stay over in brussels. but thank you, all five of you very much for coming today. the usual p
on behalf of the montana stock growers association. my name is watsi wattie taylor,- oldest and most historically significant cattle ranching establishment established in 1884. we have 30,000 acres in southeastern montana. ranching has been a vital part of my family heritage for many years. 96% of the world population lives outside the borders of the united states. we must have access to the additional demand for beef from consumers that live outside the u.s. if we hope to remain successful. russia was the u.s.'s fifth export market for beef in 2011. we can now achieve a significant increase in our exports to russia thanks to the provisions of russia's wto agreement. these provisions include a large country specific beef coquota a higher tariffs for high quality beef. i am confident that we can provide a significant amount of high quality beef as is defined by the agreement. montana is leading the way to produce large volumes of usda quality choice and prime beef. perform in different kinds of harsh environments. our hearty northern tier -- it is also exciting that montana is current
in montana is facing serious allegations of abuse. its religious status exempts it from licensing and that puts students in danger. we'll have a 360 investigation in a moment. you'll be delighted to discover how good they taste. the calcium they take because they don't take it with food. switch to citracal maximum plus d. it's the only calcium supplement that can be taken with or without food. that's why my doctor recommends citracal maximum. it's all about absorption. here's a chance to create jobs in america. oil sands projects, like kearl, and the keystone pipeline will provide secure and reliable energy to the united states. over the coming years, projects like these could create more than half a million jobs in the us alone. from the canadian border, through the mid west, to the gulf coast. benefiting hundreds of thousands of families throughout the country. this is just what our economy needs right now. this is my grandson. and if it wasn't for a screening i got, i might have missed being here to meet him. the health care law lets those of us on medicare now get most prevent
? we follow the trail. the counterfeit avastin was sold by a company known as montana healthcare solutions. it offered 400 milligram vials for just under $2,000. about $400 less than the manufacturer's price. one source told cbs news that when doctors called the company originally registered to this address in montana, their calls were routed to this office complex in the caribbean nation of barbados, where cbs news has learned that montana healthcare solutions is owned and operated. we found the fake drugs sold by montana healthcare solutions was shipped to the u.s. by a company with the same owner in the uk. prior to that, it had been sold through companies in denmark, switzerland, and before that egypt at a company in this building in a gritty neighborhood outside cairo. the man associated with the company told cbs news, the drugs came from turkey. where the avastin was originally manufactured is unknown. but remember, only avastin made in the u.s. is legal in the u.s. >> when you have those out there where there are no controls, no regulations, in the hands of people dealing
yellowstone bison are home on montana's range. 58 animals, descendants of the millions nearly slaughtered to extinction in the late 1800s. now caught between two visions of the west. the endless landscape as it was, today's civilized by grain, cattle, and train. the bison arrived this week in the dark, welcomed with a sacred song from the tribes to the reservation near the canadian border. for tribal leader tommy christian, the bison are his heritage. >> how we refer to ourselves as the buffalo people. >> historically, the bison provided food, clothing, and medicine. today, christian says they offer a cultural connection young members need. >> there's hope they'll understand just because we're different doesn't mean we're wrong. >> these links to the past are very much a present day threat to people here in montana who also make their living off this land. the bison were moved to a larger pasture, but will remain behind an eight-foot fence. that's not enough for rose stoneburg and her daughter who with other cattle ranchers are suing the state to prevent the bison from becoming a free roa
of the riverton in missoula, montana which is a job i want to figure out how to do. he was the professor at the university of montana offering two books a fiction and nonfiction and some screen plays and he deserves a lot of credit for pressing the wto to acknowledge the december ministerial that it was at an impasse with respect to the dea. but he began to shift the organization towards more productive discussions about the next steps in the multilateral trade agenda. so ambassador punk, thank you for joining us, thank you for your efforts and we look forward to your remarks. >> well, thanks, ralph, very much for that kind spin on my resume. i will say over the years i have heard less charitable interpretations. the very first conversation i had with ambassador kirk and i had never met him before and i was on the telephone in my office in montana. he said to me, i'm sitting here and i'm looking at your resume and you have done some interesting work in washington but i also see that you went off to montana to live by yourself for six years with a typewriter. i can't tell if you're the ri
, sir. >> thanks for having me. >>> in other news, a school in montana is facing serious allegations of abuse. its religious status exempts it from licensing requirements and therefore state oversight. and some say that puts students in danger much and hurtle us all into space, which would render retirement planning unnecessary. but say the sun rises on december 22nd and you still need to retire, td ameritrade's investment consultants can help you build a plan that fits your life. we'll even throw in up to $600 when you open a new account or roll over an old 401(k). so who's in control now, mayans? [ roger ] tell me you have good insurance. yup, i've got... [ kyle with voice of dennis ] ...allstate. really? i was afraid you'd have some cut-rate policy. [ kyle ] nope, i've got... [ kyle with voice of dennis ] ...the allstate value plan. it's their most affordable car insurance -- and you still get an allstate agent. i too have...[ roger with voice of dennis ]...allstate. [ roger ] same agent and everything. [ kyle ] it's like we're connected. no we're not. yeah, we are. no...we're not
tomorrow making decisions. montana's top judge, a bush appointee, named richard has apologized for e-mailing a joke suggesting that president obama's late mother had sex with a dog. you heard right. with a dog. at the top of the e-mail, he wrote, quote, i want all of my friends to feel what i felt when i read this. i hope it touches your heart like it did mine. he later admitted he sent it out because he was, quote, anti-obama. after getting caught, cebull asked an appeals court to review the incident for possible misconduct. he then wrote a letter to president obama directly saying, quote, honestly, i don't know what else i can do. i know what else you can do, judge. you can resign. a man with these opinions has no right to sit in judgment of others. but cebull is due back on the bench tomorrow. many of us have said things we regretted. many of you at home have said things you wish you'd never said. but we don't sit on a federal bench. we don't use federal e-mails to send around racist and misogynist messages and then expect the public to expect that we can importially and fairly si
. another one is personhood in montana. they've tried to put personhood on montana three times. the coalition partners there have always done a very successful decline to sign campaign. they do this around the primary, because in montana, that's usually around the time people are collecting signatures. they can go to polls, talk to people as they're going in and out. so that's always been a strategy that's worked in the past. this year, though, cal zatro, the co founder of personhood usa, moved to montana last year and has made it his mission to make sure that personhood gets on the ballot in montana. and he actually sometimes is the only person collecting signatures in some places in the state. so we have an eye on that. personhood in nevada. and i'm sure everyone here has seen some press about this. so in the span of months, five separate titles by two separate groups were filed and four were withdrawn in the state of nevada. so what they would be doing -- and first of all, may i back up. the two groups weren't getting along. so one would put out a press release saying we're
taylor. wattie is one of our guys, he's from montana, he's president of the montana stock growth association, second generation family rancher from kirby, montana. thank you for joining us. next we have mr. paul williams, president and chairman of the board, the proposal of authors and publishers. thank you very much, sir hatchet sends its special regards to you, he could not be here today, but he wanted me to tell you how much he appreciates working with you in various matters, it's meant a lot to him, but he deeply regrets. >> appreciate it, he's been very kind. >> and al larsen, chairman of the conspiracy international usa. a joint meeting of the direction of the transparency of russia in moscow. very compelling story to tell why she's back in russia and didn't stay over in brussels. but thank you all very much for coming today and the usual practice i'm sure you're aware is to have you submit your statements for the record and speak about five minutes and urge you to be just very direct, forthcoming, candid, tell it like it is. mr. allen, you're first. >> thank you, chairman
-of-the-above solution. there's no magic bullet. in montana we're feeling it. we're producing nearly 500,000 barrels per day. i'm proud montana is a part of that expanding energy domestic energy solution. but i also want to point out it's not just about extracting traditional fuels from public lands. we need to permit renewable energy projects in a timely manner and put just as much effort into those leasing approvals of those projects to secure our energy future and i look forward to visiting with each one of you today, in particular, you, bob, about getting more renewable energy up and running. i look forward to visiting with you about those throughout this hearing and hearings to come and once again, i thank chairman reed and ranking member murkowski for holding this hearing. >> you may be free to summarize your comments if you'd like. >> thank you, mr. chairman and mention of the committee. it's always a pleasure to appear before you and today, to discuss the president's fiscal year 2013 energy and budget request for the bureau of land management. in the interest of time i'll keep my opening remarkt
, tonight, part three of our report on allegations of abuse at a small christian boarding school in montana. you'll meet an illinois mom who says her daughter was sent to the school against her wishes after a truant officer gave her daughter a form to sign. she was just 15 years old. >> cassie called me, she was crying, she said, mommy, i just made a mistake. >> what was her mistake? >> i asked her what happened, and she said, i just signed the papers to go to pinehaven. while protecting our environment. across america, these technologies protect air - by monitoring air quality and reducing emissions... ...protect water - through conservation and self-contained recycling systems... ... and protect land - by reducing our footprint and respecting wildlife. america's natural gas... domestic, abundant, clean energy to power our lives... that's smarter power today. domestic, abundant, clean energy to power our lives... how did the nba become the hottest league on the planet? by building on the cisco intelligent network they're able to serve up live video, and instant replays, creating fans from
with them. >> in montana man is behind bars in sacramento after police say he tried to bring a small arsenal onto a flight to phoenix. with what else police say the suspect had stockpiled in his car >> investigators say harold waller was armed and dangerous and ready to board a u.s. air flight to phoenix. instead of the dry desert air this 45 year-old resident of montana would soon be headed for a dusty sell at the county jail. as he weighed his way to the security checkpoint the agents uncovered a firearm in his carry-on and then he had a gun in a holster, a 45 automatic with 12 rounds and one round in the chamber. he also had two, 2 in. folding knife and 1 4 in. folding knife but that is not all. inside is bad officers found three more guns including two loaded 25 caliber automatic weapons within six rounds in the magazine and a 9 mm smith and wesson. a grand total of 12 guns, three knives and 192 rounds of ammunition >> there are a lot of wackos out there and you never know who is armed and you have to protect yourself and all time. >> even the most seasoned travelers shocked by the amoun
% of that increase comes from privately developed oil production in the fields in north dakota and montana to eagle ford field in texas and the marcellus in pennsylvania. this is all private entrepreneurship, had nothing to do with obama's regulatory handcuffs on oil produced offshore and on federal lands which he has basically blocked or slowed. and there's a production backlog, inadequate pipelines, refineries closing down, as sharon just said, gas prices surging, and gop candidates have been quick to point fingers at the president on the campaign trail. take a listen to mitt romney from earlier today. >> we have three people, i call them the gas-hike trio, the secretary of the interior, the secretary of energy, and then the administrator of the epa. and what they've been doing piece by piece is making it harder and harder to drill oil in our country, to get natural gas from our country, to take advantage of the coal we have in our country. all of these things drive up the cost of energy, drive up the cost of gasoline and other sources of fuel. >> all right. so the question is, are obama's polici
of abuse at a small christian boarding school in montana. you'll meet an illinois mom who says her daughter was sent to the school against her wishes after a truant officer gave her daughter a form to sign. she was just 15 years old. >> she called me, she was crying, she said, mommy, i just made a mistake. >> what was her mistake? >> i asked her what happened, and she said, i just signed the papers to go to pine haven. ( whirring and crackling sounds ) man: assembly lines that fix themselves. the most innovative companies are doing things they never could before, by building on the cisco intelligent network. but proven technologies allow natural gas producers to supply affordable, cleaner energy, while protecting our environment. across america, these technologies protect air - by monitoring air quality and reducing emissions... ...protect water - through conservation and self-contained recycling systems... ... and protect land - by reducing our footprint and respecting wildlife. america's natural gas... domestic, abundant, clean energy to power our lives... that's smarter power today. the
shelter in montana called god's love. as its founders prospered, they gave much of their money away. >>> welcome. i'm kim lawton, sitting in for bob abernethy. thank you for joining us. faith-based constituencies were once again a factor in the republican primaries. on super tuesday, catholic voters continued to gravitate toward mitt romney, who is mormon. and the catholic rick santorum continued to do better with evangelical voters. we'll have more analysis in a few moments. >>> a range of jewish groups rallied at the white house this week, as israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu arrived in washington. talk of iran's nuclear program dominated his meeting with president obama. earlier, in a speech to the pro-israel lobby group aipac, obama said the jewish state does have a right to defend itself. but he also cautioned against "loose talk of war." most jewish groups praised the president's support for israel, but some also argued against any preemptive military strike in iran. during his visit, netanyahu gave obama a copy of the book of esther. this past week, jews celebrated pu
of the front, it's a whole different story with winter trying to hang on. a blizzard warning in montana and 1 foot of snow expected in parts of central and northern montana. snow is falling all the way down into the mountains of arizona and new mexico. unsettled and stormy and the western half and spring getting a start early in the eastern half. temperatures in the '30's and '40's the western part of the nation and a summerlike warmth and parts of the ohio valley and southeast. winter storm warnings of a letdown to the new mexico border. that blizzard morning -- blizzard warning in montana. fog in the morning and clouds with an isolated thunderstorm tomorrow. another mile bay for the first day of spring. went on the day to stay out of the east at 5 to 10 knots and waves averaging 1 foot. your seven-to forecast -- spring at 1:14 in the morning. fog in the morning and afternoon sunshine with highs in the '70s and close to 80 degrees by friday. >> thank you. a family who lost their daughter when struck by distractive driver is looking at changing the culture of the road. >> white teens will be
follow the trail. the counterfeit avastin was sold by a company known as montana health care solutions. it offered 400 milligram vials for just under $2,000-- about $400 less than the manufacturer's price. one source told cbs news that when doctors called the company originally registered to this address in montana their calls were routed to this office complex in the caribbean nation of barbados where cbs news has learned that montana health care solutions is owned and operated. we found that the fake drugs sold by montana health care solutions was shipped to the u.s. by a company with the same owner in the u.k. prior to that, it had been sold through companies in denmark, switzerland. and before that egypt at a company in this building in a gritty neighborhood outside cairo where today a man associated with the company told cbs news the drugs came from turkey. where the avastin was originally manufactured is unknown. but, remember, only avastin made in the u.s. is legal in the u.s. >> when you have those out there where there are no controls, no regulations, and in the hands of peopl
c-130s currently located in ft. worth to the state of montana. this airlift wing, i understand, is the only domestic emergency airlift capability in the gulf region. according to this letter, texas air national guard 130s have flown 423 storm response teams in texas, louisiana, mississippi, carrying 3,143 passengers and delivering 939 towns of emergency supplies. under current arrangement, the texas governor can mobilize the c-130s in a matter of hours. however, it's my understanding, federal support in emergencies like these can take days due to federal beaurocracy. how then does this relocation of these c-130s from ft. worth, texas, to montana affect the ability to provide disaster relief to the gulf region in time of emergency? was fema a part of the decision making process to move these as it impacts emergency response assets in the gulf region and should this move happen, what is fema's plan to insure appropriate resources to dedicate to the gulf area to insure timely disaster response? >> again, i think secretary panetta has more of a position on how he's looking for his
: the little bighorn is located in southeastern montana in an area that was not yet part of the united states at the time that the battle was fought on june 25th, 1876. it was a territory that was occupied by various indian tribes, not really settled at the time, in fact, not even accurately mapped, which was one of the problems that custer encountered in fighting a battle there. c-span: what happened? >> guest: good question. people have been arguing about that for the 120 years since the battle, because it's been very difficult for our nation to understand how this fighting force that was very famous, the 7th cavalry, led by this distinguished ex-civil war general, at the present time a lieutenant colonel... c-span: how old was he, by the way, then? >> guest: only 36. he had been the union's youngest general at the age of 23. in any case, no one could understand how he and all of the men with him -- five companies of cavalry -- had been wiped out by people that they regarded as primitive savages. at the time, people were no longer thinking about indians as important enemies of the united st
of our guys from montana. he is a president of montana stat growth association, second-generation family rancher friend kirby, montana. thank you free much for coming to join us. next we have mr. paul williams, president and chairman of the board of the american society of composers, authors and publishers. thank you very much, mr. williams. senator hatch senses special regards. he could not be here but wanted to tell you how much he appreciates working with you at various matters and it's meant a lot to him and he deeply regrets he could not be here. >> i appreciate it. it's been very kind. >> and finally, mr. alan larson, transparency and u.s.a. i must tell you mr. larson enjoyed many with the director transparency of national russia in moscow last month. very, very impressive, intelligent lady and very compelling same story to tell why she's back in russia and didn't stay over in brussels. the thank you and didn't stay over in brussels. the thank you. the usual practices ensure brussels. the thank you. the usual practices ensure you are where i'll speak about five minutes then urge yo
'll ask reverendal sharpton if this is rush limbaugh's don imus moment. >>> a montana judge who sent a racist e-mail about president obama is in hot water. emanuel clever of the congressional black caucus says an apology is not enough. he is here tonight. >>> good to have you with us tonight, thanks for watching. breaking news off the top, mitt romney weighed in on the rush limbaugh controversy, we'll bring you his comments in a few moments as we're racking up the tape. >>> rush limbaugh created, as you know, a media fire storm unlike anything we've seen in a long time. his outrageous comments about a georgetown student, sandra fluke, are absolutely shameful, but limbaugh has not backed down and today he continued his vial and despicable talk about the 30-year-old college student. you first met here on the "the ed show." >>> a woman, a law school student at georgetown has it reported about her that she is having so much sex she can't afford her birth control pills anymore. 30 years old, student at georgetown law. who admits to have so much sex that she can't afford it anymore. you kn
and pakistan and identifies himself as man al qaeda ally. >>> a live chief said the body of a ms. montana -- missing montana school teacher has been found. the body, authorities believe is hers. it was found in north dakota and had been buried and is being sent to be officially identified. two men pleaded guilty last month to aggravated killing in the case and could face the death penalty. >>> severe storms are rolling through the south causing floodings. tornadoes are causing serious damage and flash flooding. heavy rains are washing away roads. in devine, texas, some roofings were ripped off. >> a loud -- the winds, just bam, bam. felt like something tore off. >> the storms were also dangerous for drivers who hydroplaned. thousands of flights were canceled. seven states from oklahoma to mississippi are still under flood warnings tonight. >>> here in maryland this was just cloud cover we're dealing with, very, very limited precipitation but you can see the clouds after the morning fog tried to lift. couldn't find much sunshine. no question about that. temperature wise warming up a little
, looking for evidence and possible crime scenes. starting at 10:00 a.m. going until sundown. >> a montana man is behind bars after a small arsenal was uncovered in his luggage at a sacramento airport. authorities say they found four loaded handguns, three knives, and dozens of rounds of ammunition in his carry-on. that is not all. tony lopez is here with what else police say the suspect had stockpiled in his car. >> investigators say that harold waller was armed, dangerous, and ready to board a flight to phoenix thursday afternoon. instead of the dry desert air this 45 year-old resident of montana would soon be headed for a dusty cell at the sacramento county jail. as he made his way through the security checkpoints tsa agents uncovered a firearm in his carry-on and a full pat down revealed that he hated a gun in a holster. a 45 automatic with 12 rounds in the magazine and a round in the chamber. the suspect had to 2 in. folding knives, and one for inch folding knife. but that is not all. inside of his bags officers found three more guns including to loaded 25 caliber automatic weapons wi
with a penny the bay area? probably nothing. in montana you can buy 1/2 tootsie roll. but in afghanistan you can buy a pencil. it's not that's so important but education gives a child hope. you know, if you fight tear riz her rorism it's based in fear but the real enemy is ignorance that bleeds hatred. here in america, afghanistan, africa or pakistan. the way to overcome that i think is through education and also with having courage and compassion. instead of building walls we need to build peace and have the courage to do that. so i went back to pakistan in 94 and brought the school supplies and finally got to the village and the man was again there to greet me. he shook his head and said, chizle what the heck. not only had i come back, he said you've made two big mistakes. we don't start building before wintertime and if you really want to build school we're going to have to build a bridge first and i hadn't really thought about that. so i came back to america and raised 10,000 more dollars. and then i got back from tack stan and bridge got built and no school yet. i was 38 years old, die
in the middle of the country. that jet stream is fuelling some storms. a blizzard warning in montana. winter storm warnings as far south as the mexican border. some cold air in the high elevations. in the east, this shows 78. they actually hit 79. the warmest it has ever been in march. it is still 69 degrees. eight of the past nine days have been record highs. they are on the warm side of the french. even a threat of tornadoes. that system is moving east. 69-74 tomorrow. a shower or thunderstorm in the late afternoon. east wins on the bay. western maryland, 30% chance of a storm. partly cloudy and one state. eastern shore, the thunderstorm chances are there but they are minimal. most of the storms will be west of the bay. there is still a chance for a shower. mostly cloudy on wednesday. 73. expect some fog on the next morning. with all of the moisture. 71 on the eastern shore. 70's on wednesday. cooler on the beach. we step officially into spring but the weather has felt like for the past several days. 72 tomorrow. morning fog on thursday. some afternoon sunshine with highs in the mid 70's.
from my home state of north dakota and our sister state, montana. 830,000 barrels a day bringing -- of product coming to our refineries. and the administration has said no to this project, and they continue to say no to the project. now, they have approved this portion of it. that doesn't bring one single drop of product to our country. so they are -- i don't know. they are kind of confused, i guess, about exactly what they are doing, but they continue to block this project. so that means 830,000 barrels a day that we have to get from the middle east. and everybody knows what's going on in the middle east. you have got incredible turmoil, you have got incredible tension in the middle east. iran, they closed the strait of hormuz. they have threatened to do that. as a result, crude oil prices continue to go up and consumers continue to pay more at the pump. so in the face of all that, in face of real hardship to working americans, the administration is saying no to this project. they're saying no to my home state of north dakota. they're saying no to montana. they're saying no, we
, in montana is parental notification. now, this was a -- again, put in by the state legislature so we only have one citizen-driven initiative on the ballot now out of the three. montana last year, the state legislature passed a parental innovation bill and sent it to the governor, who is 100% pro choice. and they said, this is what we're going to do. if it you veto this, we have passed something else that will throw a constitutional amendment on the ballot next year. so you either sign this or we fight at the ballot box. so he vetoed. and now we have parental notification in montana. so those are the three that are definitely going to be printed on the ballot. here's what we think is probably likely in november. i'm sure you've heard, personhood it back in the colorado. as you know, 2008, it was defeated overwhelmingly. and in 2010, they gained three points. still, defeated overwhelmingly. after the victory, aith keith
in montana is under fire for sending a despicable racist anti-obama e-mail. dr. michael eric dyson is here to talk racism in the republican party. >>> good to have you with us tonight, folks. thanks for watching. the first battle may be over, but republicans are vowing to continue the war. today, the senate voted to table the blunt amendment, 51 to 48. the measure would have given your boss a say in your health care. it would give an employer or an insurance company the authority to deny any essential or preventative care from contraception to cancer screenings for any reason. >> now mr. blunt is giving insurance companies a way to say, oh, we really feel sorry that you have cancer. we're really sad that you have diabetes. we're really torn apart that you might have a stroke. but, you know what, we have a moral objection to the kind of therapies that are out there today, so we're sorry. that's what the blunt amendment does. >> it's an effort to stop the obama administration policy that would require health insurance coverage to include birth control and emergency contraception. the preside
. >> osgood: next.... >> letting the people of montana know that jim o'hare is running for governor. >> osgood: see how he runs. welcome to new nutritionpossible.com... from centrum. its unique assessment tool... helps you find the multivitamin and supplements... that are right for you. so visit nutritionpossible.com. better nutrition... is within reach. centrum. nutrition possible. >> osgood: in a campaign season full of big money candidates steve hartman has found one small money exception. >> reporter: why someone would want to live in such a remote part of such a remote state, i haven't the remotest. >> it's the best of both worlds. you can have your solitude. >> reporter: you can only have one world here. the best of both worlds. >> you can have your solitude and always go to town and have coffee with your neighbors. >> reporter: if one ever moved in, of course. the fact is living here 50 miles outside great falls montana, there's just one thing harder than getting a neighbor for coffee. getting a stranger to vote for you. >> letting the people of montana know that jim o'hara is running f
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